This tutorial will show you how to setup crypter to get a successful connection in 2024. Do you have a crypter connection problem? Watch this video to fix connection problems and learn how to configure a crypter for a payload connection.

Are you struggling to set up a crypter and establish a secure connection? Look no further! Our comprehensive guide provides step-by-step instructions for configuring your crypter software, choosing encryption options, and resolving common connection issues. Whether you’re new to crypters or an experienced user, our easy-to-follow tutorial will help you get up and running in no time. Say goodbye to frustrating connection problems and start using your crypter with confidence. Check out our guide today!

Steps before setup crypter

Crypter setup for payload connection refers to the process of setting up a crypter to establish a connection with a payload.

A crypter is a software tool to encrypt, obfuscate or modify a malware payload in order to avoid detection by antivirus software. Read more about what the crypter is and how to purchase it.

Before setup crypter for payload connection, follow these steps:

#1: Choose a FUD crypter software compatible with the malware payload and target operating system.

#2: Don’t use any free FUD crypter. Why? Read the article for more details. See the last malware 2023 and use updated ones.

#3: Buy FUD crypter and install and configure the crypter software according to the instructions provided by the vendor.

#4: Choose the appropriate encryption or obfuscation options to protect the payload from detection. Watch bypass antivirus videos for more details.

How to fix crypter connection problem

First aval we need to test the payload before encryption.

We used DCRAT for testing. DCRAT is a free remote access trojans. We recommend watching free RAT bypass Windows Defender video and checking top remote access trojans 2022 list too.

Note any tools and malware you will use must follow these. So watch the video completely.

We set the internal IP and opened a port for listening. Now build the payload without selecting any options.

Now you need to test it before any encryption. If the payload gets connections, then try to encrypt it.

Note some users can’t open a port and forward it or didn’t listen to it. We made a video on how to open port forwarding.

Note we made a payload without selecting any option on DCRAT and got the connection successfully.

Let’s go to encrypt it with Data Encoder Crypter and see how to setup crypter. Add the payload on the crypter.

Essential point: after adding the file, the system automatically adjusts the best type of injection based on your file type. Therefore, if you do not know how to work, skip this step.

We change the assembly and encrypt it. Read the crypter features if you don’t what is it. Learn more about crypter clone assembly of app.

Let’s go to test the encrypted payload and see if it gives us a connection or not.

Our file name is “1” and its process name is the same after running.

If you have noticed, after adding the file, the injection was automatically set to “InstallUtil” based on my file type.

So if my encrypted file is executed correctly, my file process from 1 should be injected into “InstallUtil”. And wait for the connection. we recommend reading process hollowing and PE Injection for more details.

Look, the connection was established correctly. Now we close the process and test with another method.

How to encrypt payload with configurations

Now we open DCRAT and choose some settings for our payload. Then encrypt it.

Essential point: If you add a payload with settings, you must set the injection on itself to correctly execute its settings and connect you.

For testing, we don’t set the settings to itself, so you can see that the connection is not established and you have crypter connection problem.

Let’s encrypt and test it.

Our file name is “1tst” and check it can’t inject correctly. See the crypter connection problem.

Now fix this and put the injection on itself and test again.

Look, the successful connection. Watch the rest of the video to understand an important point for setup crypter.

Let us close this process to explain another significant point.

If you use the Installation option on the crypter, ensure the installation directory does not need admin right; otherwise, you must run the encrypted file as Admin.


Some users can get errors After crypting. In this tutorial, we show how to setup crypter and fix the crypter connection problem

In short, if you have a Connection/log error after crypting your payload, follow these steps:

Run your payload before crypting it, and if you get the connection/log, follow these guides and try again:

Check your external IP or host and port, and make sure your tool is listening to the correct port.

Check your IP/host and port on canyouseeme website and make sure you get a successful message.

Leave the Tool options and use the crypter options instead.

Put the injection on “itself” if you want to use your tool options (like startup, installation, etc.)

If you use the Installation option on the crypter, make sure the installation directory does not need admin right, otherwise, you must run the encrypted file as Admin.

If the crypter connection problem persists, then your tool may not be compatible with the crypter.

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